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Global Value Chains and Rethinking Production and Trade

A global value chain refers to the full range of activities that economic actors engaged in to bring a product to market.

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Why Didn’t the US Adopt the Metric System Long Ago?

Why hasn’t the United States adopted the metric system for widespread use?

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Policing: What’s the Function?

Economists tend to think of public policy in terms of inputs and outputs: a policy is undertaken and there is a response.

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How Governments Expropriate Wealth with Inflation and Taxes

In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen admitted that the chain of stimulus plans implemented by the U.S. administration helped create the problem of inflation.

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The Pandemic Response: Policy Lessons

The actual economic recession connected with the COVID pandemic turned out to be extremely short, lasting only during March and April 2020.

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Homebuyers Face the Biggest Housing Loan Pressure in a Decade

Borrowers facing mounting household bills and depressed wages may face challenges when applying for home loans.

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